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MTEL Test Preparation Resources

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MTEL Resources

The MTELs (Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure) are a series of tests that are required as part of the process to become a licensed public school teacher in the state of Massachusetts.

 

Completion of one or more MTELs is often an entrance requirement for licensure programs. If you are applying to a Salem State licensure program, and you are either a current student or current applicant, you have full access to our resources.

 

We offer the following supports to those preparing for common MTELs:

  • Bootcamp workshops run, typically two 4-6 week cycles per semester and over the summer, for the following tests:

    • Communication and Literacy writing subtest
    • Communication and Literacy reading subtest
    • Foundations of Reading
    • General Curriculum mathematics subtest
  • Online study materials are available through our eLearning site (Canvas) for the following tests:
    • Communication and Literacy writing subtest
    • Communication and Literacy reading subtest
    • Foundations of Reading
    • General Curriculum mathematics subtest
    • General Curriculum multi-subject subtest
    • Early Childhood Content

For information about registering for a boot camp or accessing the online materials, please contact us. We are available as follows:

Sullivan Building, North Campus
Room 304
978.542.2854
edussu@salemstate.edu

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MTEL Resource Access Policy

Salem State graduate may access these services for one year after graduation. Prospective students may access these services once they have paid their application fee.

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